Howell Arthur Gwynne

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Howell Arthur Keir Gwynne (1865-1950) was editor of British paper The Morning Post (1911-1937). Previously he was editor of the London Standard (1904-11). Gwynne is perhaps best known as the author of The Cause of World Unrest, a 1920 book that discusses the Jewish problem. It was said he was devoted to the 'dignity of journalism'.[1]

Early life

Howell Arthur Gwynne was born in the district of Kilvey near Swansea and educated on the Continent.


From January 1898 to May 1899 Gwynne was Reuters correspondent in Peking, China[2] and thier chief war corresponded during the Boer War (1899-1902).


  • The Army on Itself (1904) text
  • The Cause of World Unrest (1920) text


  1. A Strange Eventful History: The Dramatic Lives of Ellen Terry, Henry Irving..., By Michael Holroyd
  2. The Correspondence of G. E. Morrison 1912-1920, By Hui-Min Lo, page 26